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Succulents

We love succulents, they are perfect houseplants! They are so incredibly diverse from colourful and architectural to wonderfully weird. Generally speaking they are easy to grow just needing a good amount of sunlight and most conveniently, not very much water. Most come from dry, arid or desert habitats and store water in their fleshy leaves. They are a great way of getting children interested in growing things too, they find them utterly fascinating.

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Euphorbia mauritanica

Euphorbia mauritanica

Pencil milk bush

South African succulent forming clumps of upright mostly leafless stems, topped in spring with small yellow flowers. CAUTION, SAP IS TOXIC

£6.50
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Euphorbia tirucalli

Euphorbia tirucalli

Finger tree

Large succulent with fleshy, cylindrical, leafless stems. New growth in spring can be tinged yellow-orange. This is a good specimen plant in a large pot, capable of getting to around 6ft if potted on each year. CAUTION, SAP IS VERY TOXIC AND A SKIN IRRITANT.

£6.50
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Gasteria  'Smokey'

Gasteria 'Smokey'

A beautiful little succulent producing fanned rosettes of chunky smokey grey-green leaves. Great for a sunny windowsill

£6.50
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Gasteria verrucosa

Gasteria verrucosa

Ox Tongue

A neat little succulent with thick, dark green leaves and white spots. Has racemes of reddish orange flowers April to June. Great for a sunny windowsill

£6.50
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Hatiora salicorniodes

Hatiora salicorniodes

Drunkard's Dream

An epiphytic cactus from rain forests in Brazil, where it grows in trees. It has curiously jointed knobbly trailing stems to 60 cm long. Makes a nice trailing plant for a well lit spot indoors.

£6.50
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Haworthia attenuata 'Striata'

Haworthia attenuata 'Striata'

Zebra Haworthia

Neat little succulent with tactile white ridges on the leaves. Grow in gritty compost in full sun.

£6.00
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Haworthia glabrata v. concolor

Haworthia glabrata v. concolor

A pretty little rosette-forming succulent with fleshy pointed leaves - these are green with numerous small white warty spots.

£6.00
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Kalanchoe 'Dorothy Brown'

Kalanchoe 'Dorothy Brown'

Common Name: Pussy Ears

An unusual variety similar to, or related to, K. tomentosa, with fleshy furry leaves, browny green with rusty brown edges.

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Kalanchoe 'Oakeaf'

Kalanchoe 'Oakeaf'

Dwarf Velvet Plant

A delightfully fleshy, soft, hairy, branching succulent that just begs to be stroked! The thick felt-like leaves grow on stems to about 90cm. A fine specimen for a sunny room or conservatory

£7.50
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Kalanchoe beauverdii

Kalanchoe beauverdii

Beauverd's Widow's-Thrill

An unusual climbing succulent from Madagascar with long purple-tinted leaves. Needs tying into a support of some sort and would be an interesting plant to train against a conservatory or sunny internal wall

£6.50
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